MANAHAWKIN, NJ — The Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce invites those doing business in the Long Beach Island Region to take part in understanding current threats and solutions to mobile and office operations.
Theresa Misuraca, Cyber Threat Intelligence Analyst with the New Jersey Cyber Security and Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC) for the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (NJOHSP) will be the keynote for the organization's Wednesday, March 11 Innovate & Caffeinate Breakfast meeting held at the Mainland Manahawkin Conference Room.
Theresa is noted for security and IT infrastructure operations and management, and will present an overview of top challenges, best practices and a clear understanding of the risk that personal and professional data face in cyberspace.
In addition to the program, the keynote will make time for a Q&A.
Misuraca has merged the fields of technology and criminal justice with attaining a Master's degree in Criminal Justice (Forensic Computer Investigation) from the University of New Haven.
She also holds the CRISC (Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control) certification, GCFE (GIAC Certified Forensic Examiner) certification, and multiple IT certifications.
Theresa serves on the ISACA New Jersey Chapter Board of Directors.
The meeting will also include upcoming chamber campaigns and programs, buffet breakfast and networking.
The cost is $25 with RSVP or $30 at the door.
If you are interested in attending, please contact the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce at 609-494-7211, email email@example.com, sign up online at www.visitlbiregion.com or stop into their visitor center at 265 West Ninth St in Ship Bottom.
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